Dog-friendly Lake Tahoe kikes

Shirley Canyon Trail

Olympic Valley, California 96146
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Squaw Valley Trails Are Dog-friendly!

You are welcome to bring your dog with you on your hike at Squaw Valley. Please be sure to bring a leash as all dogs must be leashed while riding in the Aerial Tram and inside any buildings or facilities. There is no charge for dogs on the Aerial Tram.

Once at High Camp, your dog is welcome on the hiking trails, however, dogs are not permitted at the roller skating rink and pool, nor in any restaurants. We ask that you use your best judgment in leashing them on the trails.

One of DogTrekker's favorite is the Shirley Canyon Trail (approximately 3.6 miles, 2,109' elevation gain/loss):

This is one of Lake Tahoe's best half day hikes. Hike alongside waterfalls and granite boulders and take in breathtaking views of Squaw Valley.

To access the trailhead, go to the end of Squaw Peak Road and park on the side of the road. This trail can be difficult to follow, so remember the general rule is to keep the creek on your right and follow it up for about 2.5 miles until you come to giant granite rock slabs. You will cross over this section and continue up to Shirley Lake. There are steep and rocky sections, so hiking boots are strongly recommended.

Help us keep this beach beautiful and dog-friendly:
• Always follow the posted rules
• Respect natural marine life and habitats
• Pack in and pack out, leaving only paw prints™

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